My short term goal is to set up resolv.conf the way I want without
disabling network manager.
I set up a config file for dhclient, but it turns out that NetworkManager
runs dhclient with the configfile set to one it generates insteqad of
the normal one used by dhclient. For the first wireless interface the
file is named /var/run/nm-dhclient-wlan0.conf .
Is there a way to control what is in that file using NetworkManager
Just thought about asking you guys what the actual name is, Linux or
GNU/Linux (In our Bangladeshi community, we're really divided on this
I personally prefer Linux , what do you think?
Junayeed Ahnaf Nirjhor
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The problem was that the firewall on my FC14 fileserver had port 111
The mount on my FC17 client does not use sunrpc, but the automount does.
After allowing port 111 everything worked fine, with everything default in
the autofs control files, so no extra nfs parameters.
2012/7/11 paul van der meij <phjvdmeij(a)gmail.com>
> That was not entirely correct: in the messages file it says:
> get_nfs_info: host pc4 cost 311 weight 0
> mount(nfs): no hosts available
> I googled and found a reference to bugzilla #737541, but I don't
> understand the "resolved' ..
> 2012/7/11 paul van der meij <phjvdmeij(a)gmail.com>
>> I started the automount with the -d option, and saw that the error was in
>> The host it self is reachable and a manual mount works, so it has
>> probably to do with nfs4
>> I will continue to investigate.
>> 2012/7/11 Louis Lagendijk <louis(a)lagendijk.xs4all.nl>
>>> On Tue, 2012-07-10 at 22:52 +0200, paul van der meij wrote:
>>> > thanks for reaction, but noI already tried that, but it has something
>>> > to do with changes in the autofs control files
>>> > since FC14, but I have not figured it out yet
>>> Please read the man-pages for systemd.automount
>>> and systemd.mount. See especially the /etc/fstab part in the latter.
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I'm currently finding it difficult to upgrade my Fedora 16 laptop. I
have tried being selective and choosing just one or two of the updates
in the he updates list, hoping that after they went through I'd be able
to do the rest but to no avail. I would like to submit a photo of the
actual updates, but I think I remember reading that it's not allowed on
this mailing list. SO I have just copied the names of the updates, and
the error message I get when it fails. Hopefully someone can help me out
Name Of Updates:
"The Linux Kernel": kernel-3.4.6-1.fc16 (32-bit)
"Development package for building kernel modules to match the kernel":
"Header files for the Linux kernel for use by glibc":
"Assortment of tools for the Linux kernel": kernel-tools-3.4.6-1.fc16
List of Errors upon failure to upgrade:
> ERROR with transaction check vs depsolve:
> kernel-uname-r = 2.6.40-4.fc15.i686 is needed by
> kernel-uname-r = 18.104.22.168-2.fc15.i686 is needed by
> kernel-uname-r = 22.214.171.124-1.fc15.i686 is needed by
> Please report this error at
Thank in advance for any help!
On my system, the boot phase takes only approximately 28 seconds but
both the reboot and shutdown phase take approximately 1 minute and 10
This did not happen with F16.
Could someone help me to solve this issue?
Here below are my systemd services:
UNIT LOAD ACTIVE SUB JOB DESCRIPTION
abrt-ccpp.service loaded active exited Install ABRT coredump hook
abrt-oops.service loaded active running ABRT kernel log watcher
abrt-vmcore.service loaded active exited Harvest vmcores for ABRT
abrtd.service loaded active running ABRT Automated
Bug Reporting Tool
accounts-daemon.service loaded active running Accounts Service
acpid.service loaded active running ACPI Event Daemon
auditd.service loaded active running Security Auditing Service
colord-sane.service loaded active running Daemon for
monitoring attached scanners and registering them with colord
colord.service loaded active running Manage, Install
and Generate Color Profiles
console-kit-daemon.service loaded active running Console Manager
console-...m-start.service loaded active exited Console System
crond.service loaded active running Command Scheduler
cups.service loaded active running CUPS Printing Service
dbus.service loaded active running D-Bus System Message Bus
fail2ban.service loaded active running SYSV: Fail2ban daemon
fedora-loadmodules.service loaded active exited Load legacy
fedora-readonly.service loaded active exited Configure
read-only root support
fedora-s...it-late.service loaded active exited Initialize
storage subsystems (RAID, LVM, etc.)
fedora-s...ge-init.service loaded active exited Initialize
storage subsystems (RAID, LVM, etc.)
fedora-w...storage.service loaded active exited Wait for storage scan
ip6tables.service loaded active exited IPv6 firewall
iptables.service loaded active exited IPv4 firewall with iptables
mcelog.service loaded active running Machine Check
Exception Logging Daemon
NetworkManager.service loaded active running Network Manager
prefdm.service loaded active running Display Manager
rsyslog.service loaded active running System Logging Service
rtkit-daemon.service loaded active running RealtimeKit
Scheduling Policy Service
sendmail.service loaded active running Sendmail Mail
sm-client.service loaded active running Sendmail Mail
smartd.service loaded active running Self Monitoring
and Reporting Technology (SMART) Daemon
sshd.service loaded active running OpenSSH server daemon
system-s...eyboard.service loaded active running System Setup Keyboard
systemd-binfmt.service loaded active exited Set Up Additional
systemd-journald.service loaded active running Journal Service
systemd-logind.service loaded active running Login Service
systemd-...collect.service loaded active exited Collect Read-Ahead Data
systemd-...-replay.service loaded active exited Replay Read-Ahead Data
systemd-remount-fs.service loaded active exited Remount Root and
Kernel File Systems
systemd-sysctl.service loaded active exited Apply Kernel Variables
systemd-...s-setup.service loaded active exited Recreate Volatile
Files and Directories
systemd-...essions.service loaded active exited Permit User Sessions
systemd-...e-setup.service loaded active exited Setup Virtual Console
tcsd.service loaded failed failed LSB: Init script for TCSD
udev-settle.service loaded active exited udev Wait for
Complete Device Initialization
udev-trigger.service loaded active exited udev Coldplug all Devices
udev.service loaded active running udev Kernel Device Manager
udisks2.service loaded active running Storage Daemon
upower.service loaded active running Daemon for power management
Thank you very much.
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I have both Beefy on a desktop machine & a laptop. On the desktop
variety, `yum update` works fine but on the laptop it's always throwing
errors (timing out, 401s, etc).
The laptop was upgraded from 12 -> 15 -> 16 -> 17 using preupgrade as &
when the new releases became available & the desktop was a clean install
from a Live CD.
What I'd like to do is check that the laptop is using the same sources
for Fedora Releases as the desktop & if, as I suspect, it's not, change
it so as not to encounter these errors.
I've tried Googling on the subject but I'm just seeing results for
`/etc/yum.repos` which are not the source files with the relevant
information I'll need so if anyone can point me to the relevant config
files, I'd appreciate it.
CentOS 6.2, Debian Squeeze, Fedora Beefy, OS X Snow Leopard, Ubuntu Precise
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I can run "ls -FR" on a directory and get a lovely listing with lots of
color coded information to let me know what is what. I have hit a
directory that is big enough that scrolling though the output isn't
efficient. I would like to capture the output of "ls -FR" into a file
that preserves the color coding (I don't want to read each file as I
wish to visually scan to see if something isn't right and color is a
great way to see it).
My attempts with "more" have stripped color. So has "less". Does anyone
have an idea how to capture the output of "ls -FR" that keeps the color
This is a low priority item ... just something that would be nice to be
able to do
Thanks in advance,
I have a ThinkPad (Core i7, 2.67GHz) with F17 and I'm seeing high system
loads persistently. Right from boot up I see loads of 1, and often it
goes up to 2 or more.
Things I have looked at:
1. I'm using Xfce, so the desktop environment is also light.
2. I looked at the output of `systemctl list-units' and don't see any
unnecessary services enabled.
3. top only says currently Xorg is the most active process with 1% CPU
activity. From the activity summary of atop since boot, I see it's
Xorg with 3% CPU usage. And while idling all my 4 logical cores are
throttled down and are at about 1%.
So my question is since CPU usage is already so low, what could be
driving up the system load? This is bugging me since I also see a
general sluggishness compared to a much faster system early this year.
Thanks for any ideas.
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